Release Engineer & Toolsmith
The Release Engineer will own the test, build and release infrastructure for multiple projects. This will include designing and implementing processes and tools to support continuous integration and testing. In addition, the Release Engineer will be an evangelist for good software engineering practices.
- Primary owner of build and release tools and processes
- Work with multiple project teams in Cambridge and Taiwan
- Help define best practices for source control, continuous integration, automated testing and release management
- Build tools for internal use to support software engineering best practices
- Mastery of source control tools such as Git and SVN
- 3+ years experience writing shell scripts
- Experience using and developing software for GNU/Linux systems
- 5+ years experience programming in languages such as C, C++, Python, Java, etc.
- 3+ years release engineering experience
Additional Qualifications Desired
- Masters degree or higher
- 3+ years working on commercial software
- Significant work and contributions to one or more open source projects
- QA experience, including automated test development
- Experience working with distributed systems
- Experience with cloud environments such as Amazon AWS, Eucalyptus, Open Stack, etc
- Experience in development for mobile devices such as Android and IOS
To apply, please send a thoughtful cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Quanta Research Cambridge, Inc. is the North American R&D subsidiary of Taiwan-based Quanta Computer, Inc., the world's largest manufacturer of laptops. Quanta Computer designs, develops, and manufactures not only laptop computers, but also a wide range of technology products including data center equipment, servers, switches and storage devices. QRC's mission is to help move Quanta beyond its position as the world's largest laptop manufacturer to become a provider of innovative new products and services in a cloud-enabled computing world.
Quanta is the largest industrial sponsor of MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). We work closely with CSAIL on a variety of projects in the field of cloud-computing, resulting in joint publications and technology transfer.
Quanta Research Cambridge engineers develop advanced prototypes and push the state of the art. The typical senior QRC engineer has broad and deep experience, enjoys tackling projects that require innovative thinking, and is comfortable over-delivering on under-specified projects. An entry-level engineer at QRC impresses us with intelligence, curiosity, potential and a deep understanding of one or more relevant topics.
QRC offers great benefits including competitive salaries, health, vision and dental insurance, bonus programs, 401K, competitive vacation time, a transportation benefit, and a fun and innovative working environment in the heart of Cambridge.